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‘Instagram Vs Reality’ Photos Exposes The Truth Behind All Of Those ‘Perfect’ Pics

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Most people on social media sharing an idealized version of themselves online, cherry-picking only the best pictures, ideas and experiences to share with the world. But some Instagram ‘influencers’ have taken this notion to the extreme. They shell their followers with images that are so far from reality that they can sow the introduction of doubt in some people’s minds, which drove them to strive for unrealistic beauty criterion at great cost to their self-respect and mental health.

From a lot of images that only Photoshop can achieve to unthinkable bikini bodies that simply don’t exist, plenty of influencers have been called out about that for editing their photos to horrible extremes. Tell-tale marks include wobbly backgrounds that have accidentally been changed when nipping in a peron’s waist or accentuating their behinds.

h/t: BredPanda

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Those ‘perfect’ celebrity pics you see on Instagram are far from the casual snaps they appear to be

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#4 “Makeup artist highlights what facetune really can do”

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#5 “Before vs After”

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Must really also see the human side of the famous people that we admire. Social media originally provided us this chance to look behind the curtain. But unfortunately, most social media accounts of celebrities are now run by teams of advisors and managers who don’t allow anything to be shown except if it has been carefully vetted first.

#6 “Lips fillers Insta vs Paparazzi”

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#7 “A campaign photo for Good American. You’d expect Photoshop, but possibly at a more professional level”

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#9 Hours of make-up, flattering poses and all kinds of editing take place before the ‘everyday’ shot is uploaded onto social media

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While we fans, respect and even idolize some celebrities, we somehow crave some reassurance that they are also human. They help us to relate to them on a deeper level I assume. Some Magazines with headlines screaming ‘Cameron Diaz without make-up,’ or ‘Beyonce’s acne problem’ always sold well because they give people a little peek behind the perfectly-curated curtain.

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#11 “That moment when your eyebrow glitches through your hat”

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#12 “Her own Instagram vs. Tagged photo… It was untagged real quick”

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#13 “I always was so jealous of her”

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#15 “I can’t get over the difference! Don’t believe what you see on Instagram folks”

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#16 “Excuse me what…”

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#18 “One for the boys out here. Magazines are just an illusion”

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#19 “Calf day was clearly not on the schedule”

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